Parlamento elege Xi Jinping
Parlamento elege Xi Jinping
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SCRIPT:Xi Jinping é o novo presidente da China. O parlamento elegeu o líder do Partido Comunista Chinês como chefe de estado nesta quinta-feira, uma formalidade que conclui a transição iniciada no final do ano passado. O político sucede Hu Jintao à frente da segunda potência econômica mundial e terá Li Keqiang como primeiro-ministro, substituindo Wen Jiabao.A designação do novo chefe de governo pela Assembleia Nacional Popular está prevista para sexta-feira.Ao assumir a presidência, Xi Jinping, de 59 anos, passa a representar a China no cenário internacional, contando com todas as prerrogativas do poder durante os próximos 10 anos.Primeiro dirigente nascido após a fundação do regime comunista chinês por Mao Tse Tung, em 1949, o novo chefe de estado é filho de um dos heróis da revolução e por este motivo é conhecido como um dos príncipes vermelhos do país A vice-presidência foi atribuída a um membro do gabinete político que tem fama de reformista, Li Yuanchao, Ele derrotou o favorito, Liu Yunshan, um conservador que comanda há 10 anos a propaganda e a ideologia.O parlamento chinês deve concluir no sábado a designação dos novos dirigentes do governo, antes de concluir os trabalhos no domingo, com o esperado discurso do presidente.SHOTLIST:PEQUIM, CHINA. 14 MAR 2013, FONTE: AFP - Flags flying above the Great Hall of the People - Various of policemen on segway vehicles standing on Tiananmen Square- A security guard checking the ID of a delegate entering the Great Hall- Various of delegates and media arriving at the Great Hall- Close-up of delegates as they take their seats on the stage of the Great Hall- Wide shot of delegates voting inside the Great Hall- General view of the stage- A photographer taking photos- A security guard closing a door of the Great Hall- Hostesses walking from Tiananmen Square to the Great Hall- Various of hostesses posing outside the Great Hall- Photographers take photos of hostesses outside the Hall- Various as hostesses pose outside the Hall- Security guards and delegates walk in a hallway of the Great Hall- Close-up of the star on the ceiling of the Hall- Outgoing president Hu Jintao and President Xi Jinping arriving on the stage- Delegates applauding- President Xi Jinping (C) review voting papers- Photographers taking photos from the balcony of the Hall- President Xi Jinping casting his ballot followed by vice premier Li Keqiang- Photographers taking photos- Pan of the Great Hall- General view of the stage- A screen showing the ballot results- Outgoing president Hu Jintao (centre L) and President Xi Jinping (centre R) talking on the stage- Delegrates applaud as president Xi Jinping stands and takes a bow following the ballot counting- Wide shot of the hall- Close-up of delegates in the hall- Various as delegates leave the hall
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